What Needs to Be Done? Occupational Therapy Responsibilities and Challenges Regarding Human Rights
Galheigo, Sandra Maria
Australian occupational therapy journal 2011 Apr; 58(2): 60-6
Addressing human rights issues brings forth ethical and political responsibilities for occupational therapists and requires new epistemological and educational approaches. The way occupational therapists have faced these challenges has depended upon historical, cultural and social contexts.
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